Currently, challenge statistics only reflect wins and losses (I am talking about the bar chart). Do you think draws should be reflected too? I will ask for opinion before I bring this up to Sololearn as I feel more people has to agree before I suggest something.
11/15/2017 12:00:18 AM👑 Prometheus 🇸🇬
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Yes, it should. If two players have no wins or losses and scored 5:5 draws against each other, say, 1000 times, it wouldn't be reflected and they would have no challenge record. This would be funny as these two players would be obviously superior to other players who win 1:0, for example. Therefore, draws should be recorded. Also, they're good for farming XP's. 😀 ^Just my personal opinion. 😉
Personally I believe it's good enough as we already have the pie chart to show the statistics of:- Win (Green) Draw (Gray) Lose (Dark Gray) and the area/portion illustrate the ratio in a full circle. Otherwise we will need to have something like a stacked bar chart to show the total games play on a day with the result breakdown. (Perhaps it allows us to identify cheaters easier too?) 😉
Yes, and pleeeeeease think of a way to show a number if it does not fit in the pie chart sector... 😃 or even better - make the profile API public then we can create our own statistics pages 😃😃😃
I think that in computer world doing challenges manually tap by tap without automatization is step back in evolution despite of that fact some charts are like cake. Just kidding :-)
@Pegasus I don't like draws too but I love to challenge people so their is all things reflect on my bar win draw and loose 😊😊 and I think draws not included in pie chart because pie chart is look good without draw
It is true
I feel so as adding the draws qill give a more accurate overall statistic of a person's challenges
Yes I agree Zephyr
@Pegasus The bar chart is the topic of the conversation, if I recall. By which, I mean, ignoring the pie chart, since it wasn't mentioned.
@flying horse: "yes"
@blackcat What I am saying is the statistics SHOWN on the BAR CHART. The draws are accounted for on the Pie Chart
yes, it should
why are u always challenging me😁😁😂😂🤣 btw u r amazing man 😎
@Blackcat I was asking because it looked ambiguous. Nevertheless the reasoning was true